Git : How to use git to create a local backup restoration plan?

In this video, I am going to show you about the git feature using which you can use it as backup restoration plan.…

Vagrant : How to create a VM with custom public network IP address using Virtualbox? | Zareef Ahmed

In this video, I am going to show, how you can create a VM using vagrant with custom public ip address. We are using Virtualbox as our provider.…

Day 2 : RDS Service by Amazon Web Service (AWS)

In this second video, we are talking about RDS. This is live recording of session.…

Day 3 : Walk-through of EC2 on AWS

In this session, I have done a walk-through of EC2.…

29 new things of AWS at AWS Re:Invent 2018

29 new things of AWS at AWS Re:Invent 2018


1. New ARM-based instances in A1 category. It supports upto 100 GBs of network bandwidth.
2. Now Linux VMs can be hibernated, so next time you wake them up, it will be quick to start your work.
3. Now you can bring AWS services to your own data center. AWS Outposts, which is expected to be available by next year, will be most awailted feature of AWS of rencent time.
4. Lambda services now can use Load Balancers for serving HTTP(S) requests.…

Google Cloud Load balancer & Autoscaling in ACTION!! (Udemy link below with discount code!)

Happy cloud computing!…

Google BigQuery introduction by Jordan Tigani

BigQuery engineer Jordan Tigani gives a detailed introduction to Google BigQuery.

Music recommendation demo from Alexandre Passant:

Recorded on March 11th, 2015 in Stockholm, Sweden.…

Google Cloud Endpoints: serving your API to the world (Google Cloud Next ’17)

Learn about Google Cloud Endpoints and how it can make your application available to anyone in the world, all while keeping your servers protected, your data secure, and your clients happy.

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Migrating Apps to Cloud: Systematic or Random (Cloud Next ’18)

The cloud has emerged as the next platform for innovation and speed, given the advances in cloud technology and maturity of cloud offerings in the marketplace. The successful examples and stories of organizations taking their workloads to the cloud has resulted in many organizations adopting a me-too approach. However, in their rush to move applications to the cloud, many organizations adopted a random approach to migrate apps, while cutting corners along the way for the sake of advancing to the next stage.…

DDoS Defense and Application Protection with Cloud Armor, GCP Security, and ML (Cloud Next ’18)

Your Internet-facing services are exposed to a variety of threats from volumetric and protocol DDoS to sophisticated application attacks. In this session, you’ll learn how to customize defense for your Google Cloud services based on your unique requirements. Dive deep into DDoS defense with Google’s edge infrastructure, Cloud Load Balancing, and Cloud Armor. Get a close look at Cloud Armor, a new GCP service which provides IP Blacklists/Whitelists, geo-based access control, rich Layer 3-Layer 7 rules language for custom rules, XSS and SQLi defense and telemetry.…

A Year in GCP Networking (Cloud Next ’18)

In this session, we will talk about the valuable advancements that have been made in GCP Networking over the last year. We will introduce you to the GCP Network team and will tell you about what you can do to extract the most value from your GCP Deployment.

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Visualization with GPUs on Google Compute Engine (Cloud Next ’18)

GPUs on Google Compute Engine allow you to run remote workstations on demand. With NVIDIA Tesla GPUs, you can spin up a workstation in any region you need with the same pricing model as GCE and the latest generation of GPUs.

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Best Practices for Storage Classes, Reliability, Performance and Scalability (Cloud Next ’18)

So you have data and you serve applications, systems or people who access it. Depending on what kind of data you have and what kind of workload you’re supporting, the storage you choose is important.


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Managing Costs in GCP: How to Structure Your Resources (Cloud Next ’18)

How much do all of my frontend servers cost? How many resources are used in my staging environment? How do I understand and optimize my spending across departments? GCP tools such as organizations, folders, projects, and labels help you create logical groupings of resources that support your management and cost attribution requirements at scale. In this session, we will show you how to use these tools to take control of your costs, whether you’re a solo developer or a multinational corporation.…

The Power of Process & Partnership: Leverage Tools to Increase Efficiency (Cloud Next ’18)

This session will focus on foundational approaches for successful Google Cloud migration, emphasizing two key components that have broader applications. First, understanding the five Ws (who, what, where, when, and why) through a logical lens by leveraging decision matrices, which are used by Etsy to make key determinations around which services to choose and how to use them throughout migration.

Secondly, understanding and leveraging partnerships to maximize success, beginning by banning the word “vendor.” Fostering fast-paced, high-quality migration starts by viewing GCP as a close partner in a long-term relationship.…